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Smart Fiber Wireless (SFiWi) networks have attracted great attention due to their ability to become the next generation broadband access networks. FiWi networks integrate optical networks and wireless networks. Access networks consume much energy due to the increase of network participants and the volume of content. To conserve energy consumption in Passive(More)
Fiber-Wireless (FiWi) network is a classification of network that combines the massive bandwidth of the optical network and the reach of the wireless network. FiWi networks are usually composed of an optical and a wireless component. Since both components are designed to work independently, some mechanisms, such as the different power saving methods in both(More)
In order to realize environmentally friendly networks, energy-efficient technologies are essential. In Fiber Wireless (FiWi) networks that consists of optical and wireless networks, there are two main power saving mechanisms, namely, Power Saving Mode (PSM) and Optical Network Unit (ONU) sleep. PSM works in wireless networks, and ONU sleep works in optical(More)
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